Learn basic "Boro" stitching with indigo dyed small pieces of cloth. In Japan, Boro (rag or scraps of cloth that are sewn together) was a symbol of an impoverished past. Now the term also encompasses and represents an essential principle of rural ethics and aesthetics. Inspired by this Japanese mending technique, explore your own visual expressions through exercises, e.g. cutting, patching, and stitching. The fabric set (hand-dyed fabric pieces with various shades of indigo blues by your instructor) is included in your tuition, will be available to pick up at the front desk during EAC hours. Shipping is available with advance notice (at least 7 days prior) for an additional charge.
Skill Level: All Levels
This interactive online class is presented via Zoom. Please download Zoom prior to your first class: www.zoom.us
You will be emailed Zoom meeting instructions, including a unique URL and meeting ID, to join the class 1 day before the start of the class.
Review the supply list posted. Students are responsible for purchasing all necessary supplies except where indicated.
Classes that do not meet enrollment minimums will be cancelled three days prior to the start of the class.
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Except for the Independent Study Program, EAC membership is no longer required to take adult classes. EAC members receive a tuition discount on all adult classes, youth classes and workshops. A $75 Independent Study membership is required to participate in the Independent Study Program. The Evanston resident discount no longer applies.